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Texas Digital Training Resources
on-demand: title ix seriespreventing sexual harassment: digital training for maintaining a safe environment for students & staff (available in english & spanish)
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Preventing Sexual Harassment: Digital Training for Maintaining a Safe Environment for Students & Staff (Available in English & Spanish)

The U.S. Department of Education Office for Civil Rights (OCR) recently released new regulations that govern educational institutions’ response to allegations of sexual harassment under Title IX. The rules, which become effective August 14, 2020, significantly modify schools' obligations to address and respond to allegations of sexual harassment. One of the most significant changes is the obligation of all employees to report suspected sexual harassment.  With that in mind, our attorneys have created a digital resource designed to train all of your employees so that they can identify and report incidents of sexual harassment. This training, recorded in both English and Spanish, covers employee-employee, employee-student, and student-student sexual harassment and is intended to be completed annually by all employees.

English Version - $500.00
Spanish Version - $500.00
English & Spanish Bundle - $750.00

For further information about the law firm: contact Diana Stangl at 512-454-6864 at the firm's principal office in Austin, Texas